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ddswh1pk0s

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About ddswh1pk0s

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1999-02-06

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brisbane, QLD, Australia
  • Interests
    Aviation, Computers, FSX, YouTube, GTA San Andreas, GTA V, P3D, PMDG 737 and 777
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel 4690k @ 3.5Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z97M-D3H
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 1866Mhz
  • GPU
    eVGA GTX 970 SC ACX 2.0
  • Case
    CoolerMaster N500
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 250GB, WD Blue 1TB, WD Green 3TB
  • PSU
    SeaSonic G550W
  • Display(s)
    Viewsonic VA2238 22 inch
  • Cooling
    Stock cooling and stock case fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB Cherry MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Logitech G430
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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  1. Just to add another update. After turning off my PC last night I also turned off the switch on the PSU. Today before booting I turned the switch back on and it booted fine. Going to mark this as solved as all evidence points to it being a PSU issue
  2. Hi all, I am currently experiencing an issue where my PC powers on, however no I/O (keyboard or mouse lights) or display works. The PC just sits there being on until I turn it off. My current specs are in signature. I have found a workaround to this issue by removing a stick of RAM, turning off the PSU switch, holding down the power on button for 5 seconds, then turning on the PSU switch again. This causes the PC to boot normally. However today, the same thing happened, but when I swap the stick of RAM with the one I took out it works fine. Once I post this I will try put both sticks of ram back in and try my PSU switch workaround. If I can get the PC to boot by doing that, is there any recommended software I can use to test my RAM to rule out that that is causing the issue? Another thing I forgot to add is that this issue only started occurring after there was a momentary (<5 seconds) loss of power at my house last week. Could this have caused something within the PSU to fail? Thanks in advance
  3. Ahh yes, sorry about my wording, however you answered my questions anyway Thanks for your help and cool program
  4. Beautiful software! Worked perfectly! Would the software also work if I convert the container from mp4 or whatever to mkv before editing? Can I change the container back to mp4 when I'm done?
  5. Hi everyone, I have tried searching to no avail but I would like to simply integrate a .srt file into a .mkv so I don't need to load the subtitle file when I play it on VLC on another computer. So basically, all I want to do is right click and select the right subtitle track instead of clicking add subtitle file, which will also allow me to not have to store the .srts on my PC. So far, any method I have tried either doesn't work, or alters the size of the video or audio track. Thanks in advance
  6. Hi everyone long time no see! I am in the market for replacements earphones since a 12.5kg (25lb) pound dumbbell bent the jack on my apple earpods. I'm not really in the mood for paying $30-40 for the same ones but am happy to pay up to $50 (!!!AUD!!!)if there is a brand that has better sound quality. My only request is that they don't have the super soft silicon/rubber attachments on them as I can't stand the way they feel in my ears. Thanks in advance
  7. After I put the old router into bridge mode, I can't see what the settings of the old one are, if I can somehow get in, what settings would you like to see? The old router is ironically running a newer firmware version to the current router. There is no way for me to flash a firmware update or dd-wrt onto either of them. As for DNS settings, I'm pretty sure my router's firmware doesn't have a feature to change the DNS servers used, I can change them on my PC however if that would help As of yet I'm pretty sure there is no way to access the settings of the fibre termination box. I can try a couple things to get into them but they might not work, is there any particular settings that would be conflicting? both routers and the box are running default settings except a couple of forwarded ports for other programs.
  8. To me it seems like adding the extra layer in the old router seems pointless but like they say if it stupid and it works it ain't stupid. Just wondering if the new setup makes any difference in why I no longer get disconnected from GTA Online lobbies? I read up that the brand of my current router (Technicolor) interferes with GTA Online for some reason, but both the old router and current router are the exact same model. Enjoy these badly drawn pictures, they explain it better than I can type
  9. Hello everyone, I have narrowed down my new headphone purchase to 2 options Option 1: Buy a HyperX Cloud II for $115 AUD Option 2: Buy a Audio Technica ATH-M40X for $140 AUD plus a Blue Snowball for $99 AUD = $239 AUD I am interested whether or not the higher audio quality will justify the extra price? Thanks in advance
  10. You've covered pretty much everything. I personally have FTTP with Telstra and pay for 100/40Mbps and pretty much always get those speeds for $90 a month, beautiful. I think something that a lot of people don't realise is that their ISP has to purchase bandwidth from NBNco, therefore, if your ISP has cheaped out on buying enough bandwidth then the customers of that ISP will experience slow down during the peak times. I would assume the bandwidth would have to be purchased per exchange where the ISP wishes to serve. If you have FTTP at your house and are with an ISP that has purchased enough bandwidth then your internet speed should never drop. I think the problems with slow downs are occurring at the nodes where the fibre terminates into copper. FTTdP would almost certainly solve this as the dP only serves 4-8 houses. Houses with FTTP are able to get up to 1Gbps speeds, but ISPs don't offer this yet as the demand simply isn't there. If the fibre termination boxes are upgraded then FTTP would even be capable of 10Gbps in the future. Overall, I think in the long term all houses should be fitted with FTTP, as it seems very unlikely that anything will come along to replace fibre any time soon.
  11. Hello everyone, My Logitech G430s decided to sh** themselves so I have no option but to purchase new headphones. After reading audio board recommended gear and some other reviews I'm settled on Audio Technica ATH-M40x's, unless there's something that's better around that price point, However this leaves me without a microphone, so my question is, will a $5 generic clip on microphone from ebay provide voice quality that is around the same level as the mic on my old G430? Ideally I would want to get something brand named that is higher quality but maximum budget is $150 AUD, which only leaves around $20 for a microphone. Thanks in advance
  12. Hi everyone I am in the process of setting up a HTPC out of my old school laptop. I currently have Windows 10 Home 64 bit on it. I was planning on streaming TV shows and movies on it from Plex which is running on my main PC. Is there an OS which has a specially designed UI for browsing Plex library etc as soon as I turn it on? I would like one where I preferably don't have to do anything after turning it on to start browsing the Plex library and is not too hard to setup. Thanks in advance
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